See “Seed Money” This Weekend in NYC @ NewFest

Posted October 23, 2015 2:30 PM by with 1 comment

The universal acclaim afforded Seed Money: The Chuck Holmes Story is due in large part to the vision an tenacity of its director, Michael Stabile.

Michael Stabile was also a co-founder of The Sword in addition to being an all around talent and good guy. NakedSword could not have been more proud of providing the finishing funds to the film and of course, of Michael Stabile.

“Seed Money tells the story “the harrowing true story of the man behind Falcon Studios — and one of the gay rights movements secret heroes.”

The Los Angeles and San Francisco screenings were sold out. There are still a few seats left in New York: get your tickets here.

I am thrilled that Seed Money: The Chuck Holmes Story is one of many worthy films selected for inclusion in NewFest: NY’s Premiere LGBT Film Festival, in partnership with Outfest and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. NewFest opens today, October 22, 2015 and runs through next week. For the New Yorkers out there, the screenings this year will be held at the Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas, 260 W. 23rd St in Manhattan.

NewFest curates the best in LGBT cinema each year:

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One response to See “Seed Money” This Weekend in NYC @ NewFest

  1. Peter October 22nd, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    Is OG Johnson’s inter-racial scene in an Other Side of Aspen video the inter-racial scene that caused Holmes some legal problems?

    I happened to see a clip of that OG Johnson scene recently and it appears that the “racy” dialogue from the White bottom in the scene was edited.


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